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Top 4 Reasons to Live in College Park, GA

  • College Park has 867 homes, businesses, monuments, churches and other buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. College Park was first founded in 1890 and at first was little more than a railway depot outside of Atlanta, but it quickly grew. The community received its name because of the schools located around the area. Today its boasts a population of just over 14,500.

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  • Ample rental homes close to outdoor fun! Over 57 percent of the town is composed of high-rise rentals and modest apartment complexes. Some of the units are available as rental houses. A rent to own program is often an ideal way for a would-be home buyer to lock in the home's current purchase price for later. Even with the majority of homes being apartments or condominiums that offer no yard, residents don't have to look far for a bit of outdoor escape. The town has four city parks: Jamestown Park, Barrett Park, D. Zupp Park and Brenningham Park. The parks all have playgrounds, picnic tables, walking areas and outdoor sporting opportunities.
  • Home to the Georgia International Convention Center! College Park is home to the Georgia International Convention Center. The Center is home to musical, theatrical, dance and sports events every month. The Center also exhibits 35 commissioned pieces of art. Visitors can enjoy the Audio Art Tour daily.
  • Plenty of recreation centers! There are three large recreation centers for residents of College Park to enjoy: the Wayman and Bessie Brady Recreation Center, the Hugh C. Conley Recreation Center, and the Godby Road Recreation Center. The gym at the Wayman and Bessie Brady Recreation Center is home to the College Park Youth Basketball Program. The Hugh C. Conley Recreation Center features zumba, swimming, basketball, youth baseball, summer day camp, dance, gymnastics, and tutoring. The Goby Road Recreation Center is home to the West End Medical Center Mobile Health Unit. The facility also offers basketball, a weight room, volleyball, karate and basketball.
  • Climbing home values! The value of houses in College Park remain above the nation's average with a median value of $160,388. In the last decade, the home appreciation rate in the town has been 34 percent. THe Herschel Road neighborhood is a draw for home buyers, and Popular Point Drive is another area neighborhood that boasts numerous single-family homes.